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PostSubject: AIRBUS LEAD WIDENS AS A320NEO SALES HIT 1,000   Wed Nov 09, 2011 4:10 pm

November 9, 2011
Sales of Airbus' revamped A320neo topped 1,000 as the European plane maker extended its lead over Boeing in the annual tug-of-war for sales, figures showed on Tuesday.

Toulouse-based Airbus said it had won a total of 1,372 orders between January and October, more than three times the volume at the same stage last year and 2 1/2 times the 538 sales reported over the period by Boeing.

After taking into account cancellations, the plane makers booked net sales of 1,231 and 428 aircraft respectively.

The latest Airbus figures include a sale of 110 aircraft to Qantas, first announced in October, which included 78 A320neos worth USD$91.2 million each at list prices.

Boeing hopes to catch up soon with 600 provisional orders for its own revamped 737 MAX waiting to be finalised, but so far Airbus stands well ahead of its rival in the battle to win sales for fuel-efficient narrow-body jets boasting new engines.

Boeing announced key design details of the 737 MAX last week, including the crucial size of the fan for its engines.

Airbus triggered one of the hottest market contests for years by deciding to put new engines on its 150-seat A320 jet in a bid to fend off competition from Canada's Bombardier and set the pace for delivering fuel savings.

Boeing endorsed the strategy by agreeing to re-engine the 737 in July after exploring a more radical but costly redesign which analysts said most airlines were reluctant to wait for.

Both plane makers say their models make most economic sense.

The A320 and 737 are by far the best-selling models of each manufacturer and the backbone of most airline fleets.

The market for narrow-body planes is usually split roughly evenly between the two manufacturers.

Boeing is now considering whether to turn the tables on its rival in a market where it is stronger by upgrading the 777 wide-body jet with new engines and other modifications.

Boeing sold a total of 134 of the roughly 350-seat aircraft between January and the start of November, while it was Airbus that was forced to respond to the threat in this part of the market by beefing up engines on its competing A350-1000.

Airbus said it had delivered 418 aircraft between January and October. It is targeting 520-530 commercial deliveries for 2011.



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